Updated: February 08, 2019
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"Rokkatei Strawberry Chocolate" - A Perfect Japanese Souvenir!

If you're looking for a unique souvenir to bring back home from Japan with you Rokkatei Strawberry Chocolates could be just for you! Gaining popularity recently amongst international visitors these delicate sweets are sure to please all your friends and family.

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Grab em' before they melt!

Just kidding, they won't melt (unless you're leaving them in sun!). Rokkatei Strawberry Chocolates have been gaining a bit of popularity recently with many souvenir stores promoting them at the front of their doors.
First the strawberries are freeze-dried to remove all of the moisture. This is how they get the strawberry to keep its shape and sweet flavour!
Then the strawberries are coated in a milk chocolate or white chocolate.

Make the trip to Hokkaido!

If you do end up making the trip to Hokkaido and get the chance to visit the Rokkatei store and cafe, make sure to allow some time to sit down and enjoy the other treats they have on offer!
Try this strawberry ice cream biscuit sandwich!
Or this strawberry and cream filled shortcake!

....Yes, I love strawberries!!!

Can't visit Hokkaido?

If you can't make it all the way to Hokkaido or for Japan for that matter, you can buy them on Amazon through a couple of resellers. They are a bunch of other brands that do a similar version of the "freeze-dried strawberry chocolate" which you can buy and many souvenir stores around Tokyo and the airports. Expect to pay anything from 1000-3000 yen depending on the size of the box you get.
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